Access all the parameters via bluetooth.
You can change them on the field! Saving your config in diferent files.
- PID and Radio settings read/write
- 4 Aux configuration
- RC channels realtime view
- Motors realtime view
- GPS data and googlemaps positionnig.
- Cli setup (Cli only works for naze32 and freeflight boards)
Please visit http://code.google.com/p/naze32configurator/ for more information.
The system I created is focused on what I wanted it to do: show me legal restrictions, show me latest news, show me what equipment exists. All focused on quadcopters and multi-rotors in general.
It works by reading the weather data from OpenWeatherMap, map details from GoogleMaps and restrictions/equipment details from my website - JoelLipman.com.
My website is not a social network but follows more of a crowdsourcing principle where members with similar interests can contribute to and improve on the existing data.
It displays all available data from a flight controller in a convenient way.
It allows you to easily configure and tune your model from Android device, so you don't have to take your laptop to the flying field.
It supports direct USB connection (Android >3.1) as well as Bluetooth, WiFi and 3DR Radio.
- MultiWii 2.2 and later
More information can be found in the help file :
Or on the forum:
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Join the G+ community and register as a tester to get latest alpha/beta versions:
Includes equations for determining descent angle and VVI, crosswind calculations, drift correction, and visual descent point. Good for student pilots who want to practice 60:1 rule applications.
Quickly determines the closest airport and preferred runway direction for landing utilizing GPS and Cellular Network position.
Overlay a nearby METAR station onto an airport without local weather.
Show or hide private airports by preference.
Nearby METAR stations listing is updated when you change airport in view.
Manually enter wind speed and direction for offline use.
Updates METAR from Internet using WiFi or Cellular Networks on supported devices.
Uses caching to reduce data usage and improve app performance.
Improvement suggestions are always welcome. This is an App by a Pilot, for Pilots. Your purchase supports a local General Aviation Community. If you have any problems please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A positive crosswind indicates a crosswind from the right, a negative value indicates a crosswind from the left.
Check out the website: http://logitppl.blogspot.com/
Contact the author: email@example.com
- see all flights on a map
- check the Vatsim event calendar for the upcoming events
- check the ATC booking for today
- find out what's going on at your favorite airport.
Because of high requests now also available for other Android versions. This app has been tested only for Android version 2.3. For other versions, it can lead to errors and problems.
** This free trial version is the same as the full version except that each aircraft profile can only be used for 24hrs, after which you can either upgrade to the full version, or create a new profile. Any profiles created in the trial version will automatically import into the full version when you upgrade. **
+ Supports most airplanes
+ Configure for any number of different aircraft
+ US & Metric
+ AvGas & Jet-A w/specific gravity
+ multiple fuel stations
+ option to enter fuel by weight instead of volume
+ max zero fuel weight (if needed)
+ optional per-station weight limits
+ computes max fuel for PAX & baggage loading
+ computes weight shift/ballast suggestions when needed
+ share W&B reports via email
+ log changes to AC profiles
+ save app to SD card (Android 2.2 & above)
+ backup & restore database
If you have any questions or problems, PLEASE email firstname.lastname@example.org
## To those claiming that the description was misleading: the description has ALWAYS clearly stated that this was a trial version. Originally, the notice came after the app description, now we've moved it to the very beginning, so hopefully there can be no more confusion.
MavLinkHUB delivers two core functionalities.
As a proxy server - connects your drone (supported interfaces: USB (OTG) or Bluetooth) to the remote Ground Control Station using TCP/IP/UDP protocol stack (possible server modes: TCP point-to-point or UDP broadcast). This way you may transfer MavLink telemetry stream using widely available networks (like WiFi or 3G mobile).
As a protocol analyzer - delivers detailed informations on the MavLink messages passing the core of the application.
Tested for compatibility with:
GCS: Droidplanner, MissionPlanner, QGroundControl
Firmwares: ArduPilot (ArduCopter), MegaPirates.
MavLink low level protocol library based on DroidPlanner project (www.droidplanner.org).
This is a tool to configure the settings of a Tricopter, Quadcopter, Hexacopter or Octocopter based on the MultiWii Project software.
To use this tool it is required to have a Bluetooth dongle to connect into the MultiWii board and of course the MultiWii software running.
You can get a BT dongle already configure from the URL bellow:
Currently working with MultiWii versions:
More details about the MultiWii board can be found here:
For more details about this application and help go here:
The whole project is available on GitHub at https://github.com/MRinalducci/DroneRemote
The following frame (11 bytes) is sent via Bluetooth :
Start = 240
Throttle = 0-100%
Yaw = 0-100%
Pitch = 0-100%
Roll = 0-100%
yAccelerometer = 60-110 degrees
zAccelerometer = 60-110 degrees
LED = 0-1 boolean
REC = 0-1 boolean
Checksum = 0-255
End = 250
The following frame (6 bytes) is recieved via Bluetooth :
Start = 240
PowerVolt = 0-255
PowerPourcent = 0-255
Temperatur = 0-255
Checksum = 0-255
End = 250
for (byte data : datas) checksum += data;
checksum = checksum & 0xff;
checksum = 0xff - checksum
we strongly recommend to refer to documentation before downloading this application.
and watch this video http://youtu.be/-g0Xed_25iY
using Andruav as APM 3G/4G telemetry: http://youtu.be/4yVnnKUJAYQ
using Andruav as Multiwii 3G/4G telemetry: http://youtu.be/rc14SMtm7Yw
setting up Andruav: http://youtu.be/-g0Xed_25iY
Andruav multiple drone tracking: http://youtu.be/bjiFXKu68e8
1- Uses Mobiles as GPS tracker and Camera.
2- Generate KML & KMZ files where images are market on flight path.
3- Uses GPRS connection to provide unlimited range for FPV & UAV control in mobile covered areas.
4- Support multiple tracking and control of different vehicle and via multiple GCS in the same time. An interesting case is letting a friend of yours share with you your flight experience online while he is in another city, country or even continent.
5- Sends online IMU data based on mobile internal sensors.
6- Send SMS messages of Vehicle location in case it is lose connection.
7- Has telemetry port to enable pilots to use it on top of Ardu & Multiwii while still can control these boards from Mission Planner and Multiwii GCS enjoying unlimited range.
More information can be found in the help file : http://www.andruav.com
Or on the forum: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2301482
ATTENTION: "Please review your country/region policies and regulations for FPV & UAV flying before putting this system on air."
FLY SAFELY: We DO NOT TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ANY DAMAGE OR INJURY CAUSED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY THIS APP.
★★★★★ Read about it here: http://www.aopa.org/flightplanning/articles/2013/130226app-review.html ★★★★★
IFR flight training is complex — We help make it easier!
A must have tool for CFIIs, student and instrument pilots!
Practice the use of aviation navigational equipment on your mobile device.
Simulates VOR, HSI, RMI, ADF, DME and ILS navigation.
The most popular radio navigation trainer for pilots on iOS, now available for Android!
-user reviews (all platforms)
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Nav Trainer is a great tool for instrument, student pilots and flight instructors. Practice the use of aviation navigational equipment on your mobile device.
Includes VOR, HSI, RMI, ADF, DME and ILS simulation.
-Improve your situational awareness under IFR.
-Save time and money on your instrument and initial flight training.
-Prepare for your instrument rating or proficiency check.
-Test your progress with the test modes.
-Flight instructors: the perfect tool to help you easily explain and demonstrate complex radio navigation concepts to your students.
-VOR\NDB trainer screen: Simulates VOR and NDB navigation using VOR, HSI, fixed card ADF and RMI displays.
-ILS trainer with both VOR and HSI displays.
-DME visualization screen - demonstrates how DME slant range distance is affected by ground distance and altitude.
-Test mode - generates phantom aircraft around the navaids. Your goal is to find the correct aircraft position.
-Drag and drop the aircraft and nav fix around the screen.
-Fly! mode - Make the airplane fly around the screen. great for practicing intercepting and tracking courses.
-Wind direction & velocity control.
-Aircraft tracing (contrail mode).
-Accelerometer support for aircraft control.
Easy to control:
-Toggle VOR sectors visualization on/off.
-Auto tune OBS by pressing the OBS knob.
-Auto turn the aircraft towards the nav fix by tapping the aircraft symbol.
-Change aircraft headings by flicking your finger over the heading indicator.
-Tune the OBS by dragging your finger up/down over the HSI/VOR displays or over the OBS knob.
The developer is a Gold Seal CFI/CFII/MEI and part 121 airline First officer who thoroughly understands pilot's flight training struggles and needs.
For comments, feature requests or bug reports, if you have the app, please take the survey at http://bit.ly/hCAqgF
-VOR and heading displays.
-Show / Hide radial lines
-Optionally, control the flight with the device's accelerometer.
-Test mode. Very similar to FAA VOR orientation questions. Shows you a number of airplanes around a VOR station. You have to choose the right one by adjusting the OBS and reading the instruments.
-Panel can be customize to be on either left or right side of the screen (left-handed people may find it more comfortable to choose the left panel in the settings).
Watch the video Trailer:
Is the following scenario familiar? You receive a holding clearance from ATC, and only have a couple of minutes, sometimes only a few seconds, to choose the correct entry. By the time you've figured out what's going on, you've already passed the holding fix and don't know what to do next.
If this sounds familiar, you're not alone. Confusion during holding entries happens to practically almost every new instrument student. Even instrument-rated pilots occasionally have the same problem — when they don't get enough practice.
Holding Trainer solves this problem and as a result, cuts the time you have to spend on expensive flight and ground lessons. With Holding Trainer, you can practice on your own time and convenience, so that choosing the best holding entry in the air becomes a breeze.
-Entry Trainer - Drills you on choosing the best holding entry. Practice until choosing holding entries becomes second nature and impress your flight instructor with your skills.
-Holding calculator. Solve and visualize any holding scenario by entering your current bearing to the fix and a outbound or inbound holding radial.
-Holding tutorial - learn how to choose the best holding entry quickly and easily.
Holding Trainer for iOS is a complete rewrite based on my popular Flash-based desktop Holding Trainer app available on pilotscafe.com.
***Don't get stuck next time you receive a holding pattern clearance!***
For only a fraction of the cost of one ground lesson with your flight instructor, you can practice this important instrument skill at your own pace and save hundreds of Dollars on figuring out holding entries in the air.
This is a great tool for anyone training towards their instrument checkride, CFII, proficiency check, or simply trying to improve their holding patterns.